The SEND Code of Practice

This course provides an overview of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years, first published in July 2014 and revised in January 2015. The course explains how the reforms affect those in an educational setting. The Code of Practice is statutory guidance and a wide range of organisations must have regard to it.

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1-9 users £40.00 each
10-24 users £34.00 each
For 25+ users, please contact our team for a tailored pricing package.
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Course description

This course provides an overview of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years, first published in July 2014 and revised in January 2015.

The course explains how the reforms affect those in an educational setting. The Code of Practice is statutory guidance and a wide range of organisations must have regard to it. It covers the principles of the statutory guidance and the duties of local authorities, education, health and others to co-operate and work together to support children and young people, and fully involve them in their support.

It explains what form the support should take, and in particular what those in an educational setting must do to comply.

This four module course delivers four CPD hours and comprehensively covers:

  • the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0-25 years
  • what those in education must do for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities
  • Education, Health and Care assessments and Plans
  • maintaining and reviewing the EHC Plan.  

Course Content

1. Introduction to the Reforms

This module provides an overview of the numbers of children and young people with SEN and disabilities in England. This module also looks at the principles of the statutory guidance and the duties of local authorities, education, health and others to cooperate and work together to support children and young people, and fully involve them in their support. Finally this module considers the Local Offer and what it must cover.

2. Early Years and Schools

This module covers what early year’s practitioners and schools must do to identify and support children and young people with SEN.

3. Assessment and Plans

This module focuses on Education, Health and Care assessments and Plans (EHC) and EHC needs assessments and what they should cover.

4. Maintaining and Reviewing the EHC Plan

This module covers maintaining and reviewing EHC Plans.


Test & Certificate

The SEND Code of Pratice course concludes with four multiple choice questionnaires with a printable certificate. As well as printable user certificates, your training progress and results are stored on your learning management platform.

Key features and benefits

Duration 4 hours

  • The course comprises of four modules and four questionnaires
  • Available online only
  • Delivers 4 CPD hours
  • 70% pass mark
  • Certificate upon completion provides evidence of learning
  • This course is level 2 (as graded against the nationally accepted levels for training courses)

Accredited / endorsed by

Ace EducationCPD Certified

 

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